David Beckham is reportedly set to announce a new coach for Inter Miami after former Manchester United teammate Phil Neville left his current role to take charge the Major League Soccer (MLS) side.
According to the Daily Mail, Beckham's MLS side Inter Miami will announce Neville as their new coach by Tuesday.
The former Red Devils defender, who is a co-owner of EFL League Two side Salford City with Beckham, among others, is set to take his first role in management in the men's game.
Neville has left his position as head coach of the England Women's team after reportedly agreeing a two-year deal with Inter Miami.
The MLS franchise sacked Diego Alonso after finishing 10th in the MLS Eastern Conference in their inaugural season, and it is understood that Beckham will be more closely involved with the first team in 2021.
Neville, meanwhile, is set to take up his first head coaching role in the men's game after spending a season as a first-team coach at United under David Moyes during the 2013/14 campaign.
He also briefly worked at Valencia under Nuno Espirito Santo and with his brother Gary Neville, before taking over as England Women's coach in 2018.
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